Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by HallGator, Dec 6, 2019.
Best offensive game? WTF
has he gotten one person drafted?
What a waste for this roster. I feel bad for the kids.
Good grief! I usually try and listen to his postgame but avoided it today. So I wouldn't have to hear crap like that. They actually did play better offense after the game was out of reach and he stopped barking out set plays every time down the floor. But to call a game in which you score 26 in the first half (and the game is pretty much decided), your best offensive game is both sad and bizarre.
The guy is clueless.
I respect your opinion. But I think you are in the minority. Butler was more experienced and poised but they also play for a coach who let’s them be them.
We are missing too many shots for the problem to be player related. Certainly one day you’d have someone with a hot hand. It just isn’t nateruslizing-6-26 from three.
I have never seen a coaching staff take NBA talent and have them have to grapple to make a European league. This is what we have with NW!
Coach was responding to a question I asked him about whether or not he was happy with the shot selection, particularly the high volume of 3 point shots. He was saying he was happy with the looks they got offensively and the relatively low number of turnovers against a top defense.
I’ve watched 2 Florida games all year, so I won’t comment on the accuracy of the statement, but I wanted to clarify what was meant by it and provide context.
Your point about letting players play to their strengths is well -taken
I think the failure to do so was a factor in Hudson’s prolonged slump last season.
Earth to Rip....
This isn't 2007 any more.